Tag: Ford

1973-Ford-Bronco
23 Mar

1973 Ford Bronco

This ’73 Bronco will need some minor sorting like belts, fluids and a brake bleed, but we’d leave the uncut and impressively original shell exactly as it is. The oh-so-’70s green paint and pin stripes are complimented by houndstooth and woodgrain interior, showing an excellent patina from 40 years of light use. The seller claims […]

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scion
21 Mar

2012 Scion iQ

The 2012 Scion iQ is now the most fuel-efficient gas-powered car in America. The iQ knocks the Smart Fortwo of its perch as the high-mpg leader, a position that Smart has held since its introduction in 2008. The iQ gets 36 MPG in the city and 37 MPG on the highway, according to the EPA—beating […]

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16 Mar

1950 Chevrolet 3100 Custom

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The spring car shows are starting to pop up around the country. And if you’re looking to turn heads, nothing stands out more than a wild and crazy street rod. Lead sleds are played out and nearly every show has a dozen ’32 Fords, making pickups are the hottest ticket going right now. This 1950 […]

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1953-Studebaker-Champion
05 Mar

1953 Studebaker Champion drag car

The weather is gradually warming up, which means Friday and Saturday nights will soon be filled with cacklefests and American iron running up and down drag strips around the country. It might be a little late to start building your own racer from whatever is handy, so take a look at this 1953 Studebaker Champion. […]

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02 Mar

1939 Mercury Series 99A

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This first year Mercury is in remarkable, uncut condition. Even the interior is said to be original, and at 73 years old, it still looks great. The gauges, radio and lights all function, and the body appears very straight and without damage. The chrome trim and moldings show well in all of the photos. Mercury […]

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1930-Ford-Model-A
21 Feb

1930 Ford Model A

Ford’s Model A was an extremely popular starting point for hot rodders of the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. And it was for good reason – the cars were readily available, relatively cheap, and could be modified easily thanks to a massive aftermarket parts network. They’re still a common sight at just about every cruise-in and […]

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20 Feb

1969 Volkswagen Double Cab pickup

Volkswagen busses are everywhere in the U.S., but you rarely see pickups built on the same platform. Why? Well, in the 1960s, in response to a steep tariff placed on U.S. chicken in France and West Germany, the U.S. placed a 25% tariff on the importation of light trucks, brandy, dextrin, and potato starch. Over […]

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